Mary Lucy Draper

(1866–1952) Mary spent most of her life in Victor, NY. Her family included many physicians and Mary continued this caring tradition by opening her home to others in need. She was an active member of the Presbyterian Church, Eastern Star, and the Unity Club. Through these organizations, she gave her time and energy to meeting the needs of others in her community. The Victor Equality Suffrage Association first met at her home in October 1913. Seventeen members committed to carrying out the work needed to grant women the right to vote.

Boughton Hill Cemetery

Old Ground, Section C, Row 13, Lot 10, Grave 1

1518 NY-444, Victor, NY 14564

Ontario County

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